Competitive Programming is quite the buzzword these days, and for a good reason. The main objective of Competitive Programming is to encourage problem-solving in a logical and mathematical way, which is an incredibly desirable skill in programmers.
Getting into it though can be intimidating, especially as a beginner. If you are struggling with how to start Competitive Coding or even if someone who has started with it but lost the way ahead, this is just what you need.
💡 The Coding Culture, an initiative by 50+ DSC across India, brings to you an online seminar on "Get it done with the experts". Get ready to know how to kick-start your journey in the world of Competitive Programming! 💡
The online seminar is going to be a panel discussion on best practices, learning resources and much more.
Mark your calendars and be ready for the biggest and the only student-run community on Competitive programming. 🔥
Make sure you join us!!✨
Code for Cause
Software Engineer II
Kunal Kushwaha is currently an Intern at CNCF, an ex-mentor at the Google Summer of Code, he’s an open-source enthusiast and a junior pursuing his bachelor's in Computer Science and Engineering, Kunal is passionate about Kubernetes, web development, Machine Learning, and DevOps. He is a Leader of the MLH Fellowship Team. He is constantly striving towards exploring and learning new things.
Keen on solving complex problems and plays with data for fun. Loves to travel, professional photographer, and writer. Has a decent knack for cooking different cuisines.
Aarnav Jindal has graduated from DTU in the major Computer Science and Engineering with many feathers of success in whatever he has ventured on, in his hat. He is currently a Software Developer at Cure.fit. Aarnav is a professional developer. We believe the number speaks louder than words. One of his projects on android development has gotten more than 500k downloads. Other than this, Aarnav is very much into Competitive Programming and has gained a notable reputation in the field. He has been ranked globally as 153 at Google Kickstart. He is a 6* Codechef programmer with 1932 ratings on codeforces. Other than development and competitive programming, Aarnav is also very dedicated to giving back to the community and has started venture like codess.cafe which provides mentorship to women in their junior or senior year for placement path in the future with the aim to empower women in the tech industry.